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Old 09-13-2009, 09:27 AM   #1
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Calling all you expert spongers... what tool do you use? dauber, sponge etc. etc.

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I shouldn't comment, because I don't use this technique much. But when I need to ink up the edges of cardstock, I generally just use the ink pad itself. I have lots of the small Cat's Eye inks which work very well for this.
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I use the sponges SU! sells, cut into eighths. They work much better than the cosmetic sponges, because they have that curved outside surface. And they are cheap! I don't wash mine out, so I label each sponge with the color it goes with, but you can wash them out and use them with more than one color. I just don't like having to wash things I don't need to wash, LOL!
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I sponge a lot. I use a sea sponge cut into quarters. The key is to use swirling motions starting outside of the card. I use a paper mat underneath the card and start the sponging on the placemat, just brushing the edge of the card. Keep sponging to get the desired color. Have fun.
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I love the jumbo sponge daubers. They seem to give a smoother application than other methods I've tried. I used to use yellow craft sponges, the round saucer shaped ones that you find at Michaels, but I like the daubers better.
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I use SU sponges also cut into 1/8's for the edges of paper. IMO I feel it works soooo much better than when I use to use the ink pad. The sponges have ridges, nooks and crannies and just goes on feathery...does that make sense???
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i also use the stampin up ones cut into 1/8th.
last card i uploaded in my gallery was done with the stampin up sponge.
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My SIL works at a heating and cooling business and their parts come packed in grey sponge sheets and she brings it to me rather than throw it out. I cut it in four inch squares, pull each corner up to meet (this is where I hold it) and it forms a circle and works great for me. The finer the sponge the better but the coarse sponge has its uses also. And when I get evough dirty I just throw them in the washing machine.

If you have finger problems like I do, these are much easier to hold than the round type that Stampin Up sells and the make up wedges are just to small for me.

I also use sea sponge and small daubers depending on the effect I want to achieve but not as often as the free sponge.
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I also use the yellow sponges SU sells (that many others sell as well). I also learned the coolest thing at a crop yesterday. One of the girls next to me was using shoe polish (you read that right) to distress things. I just used the brown (that's literally the color name) from Kiwi. It's the solid kind in a can. It works on just about anything and seals itself. I sponged it all over a chipboard book and then used it to distress the light pink paper I put on top. I mod podged over the whole thing and it worked perfectly! The one caveat I have with using the polish (besides it's slightly messy) is to not go in a circular motion when you're covering paper. It'll show the circles badly.

ETA: This method was so much faster than just inking the paper and chipboard book.
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I use the same ones that the QUEEN of sponging, Theresa Momber, uses. They look like this. They are called Jumbo Round Sponge Daubers. You can wash them but they keep your fingers totally clean which those mearing accidents.

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I just LOVE daubers. They are easy, and the effect is just what I want.
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Thanks to all for your insights. This is something I have struggled with!!
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I use the round yellow ones found in the art supply section at michaels. I cut them into quarters and go to town
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Love the daubers! Those other round yellow sponges are nice, but the daubers do a better job.
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I use sponges from the Dollar Tree/Dollar Store... I found the scoop on them on Michelle Zindorf's blog: http://zindorf.blogs.splitcoaststamp...-time-sponges/
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I use the SU sponges - cut into 4. I keep the sponges in a plastic container by color family (and the sponge is then dedicated to that color). I keep my daubers (also SU) in the come little compartment. Works great for me!
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I use Dollar Tree makeup sponges cut up and those Dollar store mini hair clippies things to hold the cut sponge.
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I used the SU sponges as well, but then couldn't keep track which color is which (I'm not very good at organizing and labeling), so I switched to a cheap sponge from $store - when I'm done the project, I'll just throw the piece out.
The daubers work fine too, they are just more expensive and there is again the labeling issue
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I use different applicators depending on the size of the project. I use cheap cosmetic sponges from Target, eyeshadow applicator wands (the kind on an applicator stick), Q-tips, sponge daubers (I think I like those the best) and the large SU sponges cut up. Just depends on the mood I am in and the project.
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Anyone have any tips on sponging with a reinker?!?!?!?!?!?? I have a color in a reinker that I want to use. . .
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i use sponge daubers too, and i sponge a lot! i have one for each of the various colours i use to "ink" up my stuff.
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So do you use dye inks?
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So do you use dye inks?
I used dye inks. I don't care for pigment or hybrid inks unless I really need them, like when I need white or cream colored ink on darker card stock. Otherwise, I prefer dye inks. A lot less smearing. (I'm not a patient stamper.)
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I would put a couple drops in some throw away plastic, but water it down a bit, if you don't want a strong color. Or stamp some of the ink off on some junk mail before putting the sponge to your cardstock.

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I use all except sea sponges - Like other I cut the rund SU type sponges into 1/4's and store for next use. I have a divided box where I store the clearbox handles and applicator tips, I made my own "daubera" by gluing a piece of velcro on an old wood stamp block and use cut & dry foam.

I'm not crazy aout the purple handle sponge daubbers - they didn't last too long and make-up sponge wedges are hard for me to get a smooth finish.

I buy empty spots (sponge) and use refill ink to make my own spots for edging
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I bought a big-ol car wash sponge at the Dollar Tree and cut it into chunks that I can throw out when I'm done with them. I'm another person who isn't organized enough to keep track of which sponge matches which ink pad!
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Check this out. http://etceteraetcetera.wordpress.co...-so-smart-lol/
She make her own, I am going to try it and see, how they work.
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I like to use the sponge daubers or I use makeup sponges too. If I am doing the outer edge of something I like to just use the ink pad itself.
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She make her own, I am going to try it and see, how they work.
Those are great - tfs!!!!
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I use a wedge make up sponge! They're wicked cheap and I use 3 sides for different colors and when they get too funky, I throw 'em out!
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I use the small SU sponge daubers when I'm doing a smaller are or an area where I feel I need more control, but ehn I'm doing a larger area, I just use a car wash sponge, usually from WalMart. I just cut off a piece. If it isn't too messy, I just cut a slice off and use the sponge again. It lasts forever.
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She make her own, I am going to try it and see, how they work.
That's my kind of crafter! Thanks for the link!
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For more coverage I use daubers and for some effects I love my sea sponges but I've found for distressing and light sponging the cheaper dollar store sponges are fantastic. The cheaper quality ones that never dry out seem to work best for me at not leaving sponge edges, donno why they work best they just do for me.They also don't seem to absorb as much ink into the sponge itself but hold the ink on their surface better. I cut them into roughly 1" x 1" squares. I keep each color seperate by placing in a tiny lil jewlery ziplock and sharpie label color on the bag, only takes a second and then I toss them all into a larger ziplock (anyone who knows me knows I am the queen of ziplocks and should probably get some sort of rewards for using them for everything lol). I tried makeup sponges and no matter how I tried it left edge lines, I think the density of the sponge made the difference.
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The applicator depends on the project, but I most often use:

Cut -n- Dry Foam (an Inkssentials product). You can cut the foam to any size or shape you like.

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Loew-Cornell duster/stipple brush #4 (last one on the right with the red portion plastic around the bristles).

I've also used the finger daubers and natural sea sponges.
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I saw a halloween card made by Sandimac recently that had the most awesome dark clouds sponged onto it. She mentioned using a piece of plastic she called "the little cloud maker". Does anyone know what this is or if there is a tutorial on this cloud making technique? Also, is there a tutorial on making clouds using a scalloped circle or oval to sponge clouds with. Thanks for help!!
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I think I know which card you mean - here is the link to her blog where you can see the "cloud maker" - I think it's just a piece of plastic/acrylic cut into a cloud shape - you just place it where you want a cloud and sponge around it...

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Hi gang, Sandi Here.
You are right, it is a piece of stiff white plastic, I drew a circlely cloud shape on it and cut it out with really sharp scissors. I lay it down, and sponge around it, moving it around so that I don't get the same design repeated. I go back with just the sponge, and back fill some of the white areas. It is really quite easy, just hard to describe. Hope you try it out.
I will post a picture of the actual plastic thing for you in my post tomorrow ok?
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Can anyone share some of the cards you've done with the sponging?
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Thank you so much, Sandi!! I am looking forward to seeing the picture you send! It surely gives an awesome look to making clouds!!! Woody
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